Rich Fisher interviews Nottingham High School Baseball head coach Jim Maher. Photo by Michael A. Sabo
To say we couldn’t be prouder is an understatement! Fish4scores.com founder and lifetime local sports writer Rich Fisher will be inducted into the class of 2018 Mercer County Soccer Hall of Fame at their dinner on April 7, 2018 along with Debbie Marks, Mike Luciano, Pat Murphy and Dr. Bill Hawkey, Ted Kinter and Artie and Cliff Kearns along with the 1963 Trenton Junior College national championship team.
“Fish” as he is affectionally known as throughout Mercer County and well beyond, has dedicated his entire career to covering sports and writing stories that have brought smiles to the faces of tens of thousands of readers each year for this website, The Trentonian, The Associated Press, Community News, countless other of news outlets and even lends his commentary for broadcasting with WBCB Sports.
Rich Fisher started Fish4Scores.com to dedicate coverage to local youth and high school sports throughout Hamilton Township and partnered with Pulse Media in late 2016 to continue that coverage.
Rich has not only done alot for the sport of soccer by means of his reporting, he has done alot for the entire local sports scene, not only here in Hamilton, but throughout New Jersey and beyond. His style of writing, reporting, mixed with his humor can put the reader at the event with his words and leave them with an uplifiting postive perspective of the event. It is a great class of honorees and our team here is very proud that one of our own – Fish – is part of that class, and is being honored for his amaizing talents and for the great person that he is, said Pulse Media Owner, Michael A. Sabo.
The induction ceremonies will be held on April 7 at the Hibernian Club in Hamilton. Cocktails will be served at 5 p.m. and dinner will follow at 6 p.m. Tickets may be purchased by contacting Bruce Angebranndt at 609-731-5906 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org